Litigation / Dispute Resolution

A dispute usually arises where someone had not kept to an agreement. Disputes are generally best settled and this is something the Courts now encourage.

Our litigation and dispute resolution experts can assist you with a wide variety of disputes and litigation whether personal or business related. We can tell you where you stand and the best way to resolve the dispute - by mediation or alternative dispute resolution, arbitration or through the courts.

We have many years’ experience of dealing with all manner of disputes before many different courts and tribunals.

We act for both claimants and defendants which gives us a rounded view, not only of the matters in dispute, but also the real issues which can often lie beneath the surface.

The types of dispute we can assist with include:

Contentious Trust/Probate

  • Court of Protection/Power of Attorney Disputes
  • Equitable Claims
  • Estate Administration Disputes
  • Inheritance Act Claims
  • Trust Disputes
  • Will Disputes

Neighbour Disputes

  • Boundary Disputes
  • Party Wall Disputes
  • Rights of Way & Nuisance

Other Disputes

  • Property Ownership Disputes
  • Trust Disputes
  • Building Disputes
  • Other Construction Disputes
  • Negligence Claims
  • Contract Claims

Property Disputes - Landlord

  • Breach of commercial Agreements & Leases
  • Obtaining Possession, commercial and residential
  • Dilapidations and Repairs
  • Sub-tenants
  • Tenancies Connected to Employment
  • Tenancy Renewal

Property Disputes - Tenant

  • Defending Possession Proceedings
  • Landlord's Failure to Repair
  • Service Charge Disputes
  • Sub-tenants
  • Tenancies Connected to Employment
  • Tenancies of Flats
  • Planning
“Sprake & Kingsley” & “Sprake & Kingsley Solicitors” are trading names of Sprake & Kingsley LLP, a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales (LLP Number OC422486) whose registered office is 16 Broad Street, Bungay, NR35 1EN. A list of the members is available for inspection at the registered address together with a list of those non-members who are designated as Partners. We use the word “Partner” to refer to a member of the LLP or an employee with equivalent standing and qualification.
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